If you are an adult who stutters, you may already have had therapy and think it just doesn't work for you. Many people tell us that they are skeptical about being able to make any real improvements since their past attempts were largely unsuccessful or simply short-lived. We ask that you give AIS a chance. Our therapy is different, and it works.
AIS is committed to helping you make long-term, sustainable changes and giving you access to a supportive, empowering community. You can do this, and we can help.
The speech-language pathologists (SLPs) at AIS understand how frustrating and overwhelming stuttering can seem. There is a lot more to it than just what people hear and see. Do you:
If you experience any of the above, our experienced, compassionate speech therapists- many of whom stutter themselves- are here to help. Schedule a consultation to learn more about how AIS can help you free yourself from the confines of your stuttering.
If you are considering therapy at AIS, the first step is to do an initial consultation. Together we will assess:
This information is used to make recommendations for your treatment. During the consultation, your clinician will answer questions about our services and give you a sense of what treatment would be like.
We are able to offer financial assistance for the consultation through our Scholarship Fund.
Learn more about what to expect in our initial consultation.
Many of our clients come to AIS having already "tried it all." We will introduce ways of thinking and speaking that you never thought possible. Our adult speech services include individual therapy sessions, group therapy, intensive treatment programs, and the support to help you along the way.
AIS offers holistic treatment that is individualized according to each person's unique needs. While every person is different, therapy commonly involves:
While we specialize in the treatment of stuttering, individuals who stutter often present with other communication disorders or challenges. These may include:
Services are available in New York City, Atlanta, and Online. To schedule your initial consultation, contact AIS at (212) 633-6400 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact AIS directly here.